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70" Sharp AQUOS 4T-C70BK2UD 4K UHD Android Smart TV EXPIRED

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Best Buy has 70" Sharp AQUOS 4T-C70BK2UD 4K UHD Android Smart TV for $499.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
  • Effective Refresh Rate: 120Hz (60Hz Native)
  • Android Smart TV, HDR 10, Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG)
  • Ports:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 2x USB
    • 1x Digital Optical Audio Output
    • 1x Composite Video Input
    • 1x Analog Audio Output
    • 1x RF
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Saw this in store. Quality looks like $200 TV. Wtf happened to you Sharp?
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Define "old" please.
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How does this compare to 75" TCL 4k series for $499.
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It's not really correct. Foxconn acquired Sharp in 2016 and Foxconn is a Taiwan company, not China, two different countries. Sharp TV may mainly made in China but once Wisconsin panel factory starts to run smoothly, it has the chance panel will be from the states.
Foxcon has no plans to make lcd panels in Wisconsin. That was merely a ploy to bank billion dollar tax concessions.
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Man, aquos used to be the creme de la creme. Just setting the brand with that price is giving me a stiffy. Oh well, fark you BB for your 65" hisense shenanigans.
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It's not really correct. Foxconn acquired Sharp in 2016 and Foxconn is a Taiwan company, not China, two different countries. Sharp TV may mainly made in China but once Wisconsin panel factory starts to run smoothly, it has the chance panel will be from the states.
Wrong.
1. Hisense holds the brand of Sharp USA (as well as Sharp Mexico). Foxconn tried (partially legally and partially illegally) to seize the brand but failed.

2. Foxconn doesn't possess a single piece of panel production technology. It can assemble TVs, but not panels. At first Foxconn planned to purchase TCL/CSOT and Panda's (the latter is essentially based on Sharp technology) obsolete 6th (32" and under) and 8th (55" and under) gen panel assembly lines that TCL and Panda don't use any more (they updated to 8.5th gen and mini LED), and ship them to WI, but they didn't reach a good deal, nor did Foxconn have sufficient funds or professionals to repair, install, and reinstate the obsolete assembly lines (In panel industry, an assembly line can only live up to 2-3 years before being updated or sold, otherwise, the maintenance cost overwhelms yields). But Foxconn still extorted tremendous taxes benefits from WI by fabricating the story that the assembly lines were being shipped to WI. The Foxconn WI factory has been a total scam from the very beginning.
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I thought the same, too. We have a 65" Sharp that we just replaced with a C9 but it was only until this summer that I learned that Sharp had stopped making TVs and that Hisense had something to do with Sharp after that.
Sharp went bankrupt in 2014.
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Quote from Shake-N-Bake :
Once upon a time, this was a brand worth getting. That's not the case anymore. TV brands no one should bother with in 2020 are, in no particular order, Sharp, Philips, RCA, Panasonic and Mitsubishi (Yeah. They made TVs.).

Feel free to add to the list.

Also, as a general rule of thumb, TVs this large, for this cheap, are never "good" TVs. It'll get you through each day, but it's not going to compare to a lot of other TVs. Even the regular price of this TV is way too cheap for the size. You're definitely going to get what you pay for.
I have had my Sharp Aquos 65" for 7 years now without any issues. I am now looking to get a 70"-75" TV, what would you recommend, if this isn't any good?
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Quote from CleverLeopard577 :
I just received it. Everything is great. It's Made in Mexico. (Very glad it's not Made in China) PRC).
I don't get why "Made in China" still has such a negative connotation in 2020. It is meaningless where something is made. 90% of the world's products are made in China, and just like anywhere on the planet, sometimes you get bad quality stuff and sometimes you have good quality stuff. Nobody ever questions the quality of iPhones, yet where are they made?
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Saw this in store. Quality looks like $200 TV. Wtf happened to you Sharp?
Sharp no longer exists.
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Not any more. Hisense no longer makes TVs for Sharp. That deal ended in 2019. Sharp is making these on their own again.
I repeat,,there is no Sharp,,its only a purchased marketing name.
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Is this a VA panel TV?

If this is IPS panel, it sucks, I really hate IPS on a screen due to shitty low contrast ratio. VA I might consider it for a basic entry level low budget TV gift.
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I just received it. Everything is great. It's Made in Mexico. (Very glad it's not Made in China) PRC). Android TV is easy to use. Remote works very well. There is no lag as reported by someone. Remote works with IR right away but needs to be paired for using the mic. Pairing takes 10 seconds. Only thing is that this TV is heavy. Two people needed to mount it. It replaced my 2011 Samsung 55" 6050 LED TV. Picture quality is just as good of not better. The best part is that I don't need Roku anymore. The processor is pretty quick. Apps open instantly. Ethernet connected Right away and Wifi can detect far away neighbor's routers. The remote is small and ergonomic. As always it will take a little getting used to. Bluetooth 5.0 is an added plus. Watched a Costa Rica 4K video on YouTube. Just amazed by the details and brightness. Overall I'm very happy with this purchase. Definitely worth more than $500. Heck these days a mid range smartphone costs more than that. Plus free delivery by two people from Best Buy who brought it up to my second floor room? Even Costco doesn't do this for free. Best $500 spent in 2020.
Its not made in mexico, its assembled from Chinese parts in Mexico- they connect the lcd screen and screw shut the cases in Mexico. Its a clever import duty dodge scheme.
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Oh Come onnnnn, thats like saying gold jewelry is all from africa (becUse they found the gold there?)
wow dude,,that's a really dumb reply.
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This a full array LED which is interesting. Good price for that at least
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